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Awesome job putting this together. I've been looking to get some use out of my recording equipment since I stopped doing my podcast and I've been wanting to have some "first wave" rockabilly in the background while I play. The only problem I'm running into is in Step 8. When I right-click in the Editor ID box I only get the options to add or remove a topic, not to create a new one. Do I just pick an already existent one and then rename it or would that gink something up? (Disregard. I temporarily sucked.)

Edited by Godless11B, 30 December 2010 - 06:45 AM.


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Very nice tutorial, thank you. One question though, what settings were you using for MP3s that wasn't working? I just picked a few random MP3s from my music folder and they worked fine.

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Hello,
I did everything exactly as said in tutorial, however my radio station doesn't appear in pip boy. I have no idea what I did wrong, please help!

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Awesome Tutorial!
Bookmarking... Now!

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Kudos to you! This is getting snipped for future reference =]

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How do you get the RadioHello to stay at the top of the list? If I add a playlist topic, it appears above it and I'm unable to move the RadioHello to the top. Also, my 16 bit mono wav. files aren't playing when I hit the 'play' button.

Edit: I followed the instructions to a tee, but as another poster said, nothing is playing on the radio station. Are you certain you didn't overlook something critical in your tutorial? As I said, the wav. sound files do not play in the GECK.

Edited by SonDEreix, 26 February 2011 - 07:32 AM.


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Awesome job putting this together. I've been looking to get some use out of my recording equipment since I stopped doing my podcast and I've been wanting to have some "first wave" rockabilly in the background while I play. The only problem I'm running into is in Step 8. When I right-click in the Editor ID box I only get the options to add or remove a topic, not to create a new one. Do I just pick an already existent one and then rename it or would that gink something up? (Disregard. I temporarily sucked.)


I still suck. Maybe it's from lack of but... How exactly do you this?

And thank you OP so very much. I've been meaning to get some Glen Miller in Fallout for quite some time!

Edited by DrakeHerder, 06 April 2011 - 12:55 PM.


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Thanks, First tutorial I have seen to explain how to set up music, Kudos to you

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hey guys who cant get it to run after following all the steps, try clicking Run immedietly for each song and make sure that Radio Hello doent have anything in the Link From box as that will stop it from working.

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I still suck. Maybe it's from lack of but... How exactly do you this?

And thank you OP so very much. I've been meaning to get some Glen Miller in Fallout for quite some time!


I apparently still suck too. I am only getting the option for add topic and remove topic. Anyone know what we're doing wrong?

I no longer suck... at least as much as I did before. I figured out you have to go to add topic, then right click, then click new.

Edited by Reddard, 30 July 2011 - 06:51 AM.





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